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FARM nXCM LA OS FOR U.K
MONTANA CARET ACT LANDS-Vo
ai-rea now open to entry In the lamoui
Valler valley. An excellent opportunity
for the homeseekor seeking good farm
land for general diversified farming. The
rich all, exhilarating climate and
ahunrtance of water for Irrigation assures
maximum crop return Great for grain,
alfalfa, timothy, and for stock farming.
Ideal apot for home. Write today fr
booklet and particulars. Valler Farm
Bale company. Valier. Wont . Box No 17
FOR SAI.E Two farms one-half mile
eonth from Zimmerman, Sherburne
county, Minneeota. 140 arrea and 1S acrea.
No buildings. Partly Improved. C. Meyer,
MR. TENANT FARMER
Price of Live Stock and Oraln
are High, Indication point to
still higher price next year.
Now I the time to buy land.
LOU) will make your first pay
ment on a nice 80 If well Irri
gated, rlrh land In the Scott a
Bluff country like the one le
ortberf below. You can get good
term a on balance.
Ko. 199. A beautiful 90. smooth a a floor.
eay to trrlgat", the nwl pro
ductive soil In the world -water
to cover It, threw feet deep every
Irrigation season. Insuring full
crop. About three-fourths of It
ha Just been broken and I In
fine shape for a crop of fall wheat
that most grain men think will
1 bring 11.50 per Mmhel next year.
Balance can he broken and put
Into alfalfa Hnd cata next spring.
It Is well located and you can
buy It today for fin per acre on
Have some fine quarter sec-
tiops If you want mure land.
Send for freo copy Scott's
Bluff number of Land Owner
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO.,
Ware Block. Omaha.
Can You Beat It?
M acres, Sarpy county, 20 miles of
Omaha: b-'t acres under cultivation, 25
acres timber and pasture and thin land;
good 4-room house, barn, cornorib and
well. The land under cultivation will
show for Itself. If cleared of timber there
would be a good 70 acree aa good produc
tive land, year In and year out, as ever
laid outdoors. For Immediate sale. The
price la ecandaloualy low today, and for
certain reason It will greatly enhance In
iVaiue. Do not answer this unless you
want a good, cheap farm. Trice $3,750;
750 cash. tl.uon more March 1, 1915, bal
ance $2,000. i per cent. No trade consid
ORIN . MERRILL COMPANY,
K. K. Cor. 23d and M St., So. Omaha
FOR SALE Reasonable. 2tt net, Hayts
county, Nebraska. Phone So. 4s3, owner, j
FARM FOB'sALB-By owner. Choice J
farm of 100 acres, 7a miles from umstia;
5,(Kfl Improvement: Rood terms. Address
John Shannon. Wayne, Neb. Box C.
KIMBAb COUNTY FARMS.
All tillable 4S0-acre farm nine miles
from Kimball. 200 acrea under cultiva
tion. 2,0o9 fine young trees In orchard
and round buildings. Fine house and
barn and out-tulldlngs. Wftl and mill.
Land is all fenced ajid cross fenced.
Mile to school. Mall delivered within
one mile aix times a week.
Price $24 per acre. This Is a bargain.
Also have other choice Improved and
BANK OF KIMBALL, Kimball, Neb.
Watch for the Klmiiai county exhibit
at the state fair.
BARGAINS in pasture lands in the cat
tle hills of Sheridan county, Nebraska.
15 to $7 per acre for a shirt t me. 1540
and 2,-ncre tracts. C. A. STARR,
Rtrasbiirfrer, Sheridan county, Nebraska.
He., -i u.iu Ktuuui li'i., ill lU
unicn. ketuem Wanted, lanua lor sale at
low i-il'ts, u:i easy terms. Ask for book
let 34 on VIaconsin Central Land Grant.
Statu acres wanted. Write about our1
grazing lands, ii intorccted In fruit lands,
ask lur book I.-1 on Api-le Orchards in
Wisconsin. Address Land Dept., Soo
Line Hy., Minneapolis. Minn.
IF INTEKKo'i rD in lamr In southern
Iowa anu southern Minnesota write inoj
F. L. joiies Land I'ompany, Wlntersei. la , J
for tin ir i ft of farms j
OI K farm list will convince you mat
we have the cheapest land, considering i
oil, climate,, water, markets. Kuitou j
k.v., Seneca, .mo.
HOIIKSKKKKHS' opportunity, one-half
crop payment plan, no cash required;
20,000 acres choice land to select front In
North Dakntu. Many farms and land in
Minnesota for sale. Write Edwin Stevens,
3u2 Floneer Bids., St. Paul, Minn. o
REAL ESTATE LOAN'S
CITY and Xarm loans, 5, 5'a. 8 per cent.
J.H. Dumont & Co.. 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
WANTED City loans. Peterii Trust Co.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska foiuia.
O'KEEKK REAL ESTATE CO.,
10H Omaha Nat l. Doiiglaa 2715.
(iAHVJN BROS Ln. m and up?
SEE us first tf you want a farm loan.
United States Trust Co., Omaha. Neb.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
CITY property. Large loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly. F. D. Vad,
Wead Bldg.. lath and Farnam Sta.
HARRISON & MORTON. 91t Om Nat'L
MONEY on hand for city and farm loans.
H. W. Binder. City Nat l Bank Bldg.
ficCITY LOANS. Bemla-Carlberg Co..
"310-SU Brandeis Theater Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
ME HAVE customers for medium and
high-priced houses, both for sale and
for rent, and would be glad to hear from
ownera who desire to aell or rent. Will
be glad to call and see you. Phone
GALLAGHER & NELSON,
644 Brandele Bldg Omaha, Neb.
HAVE over fifty buyers w(h from $.i"0
to all cash for modern 6, 6 or 7-room
homes from $2,0H0 lo H.OO. Call us at
once. Osborne Realty Co., 701-3 Omaha
Natl. Bark Bldg. Doug. 1474.
HAVE customer with M.000 first payment
on Dundee 6 or 8-room modern home.
$J.oOO to $4,500. Address P. 248, Bee.
h E A iTe STAT EFO KE XCH A N G E
Pianos for otner musical Instru'ta L". )17.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
KERR Title Guarantee and Abstract Co.
a modern abstract office. 30u fc. 17th SU
Phone Dougiaa 4i7
REED Abstract Co. oldest abstract of
flea in Nebraska- 20$ Brandt-Is Theatar.
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDE
ti - 6 mm A
New, Strictly Modern 6-Room
Bungalow. Easy Monthly Payraenta.
This beautiful, well-constructed bunga
low Is located 1 block from car line and
1 blocks from school. Principal roums in
oak; nil cement basement, guaranteed
furnace. House conveniently arranged
and complete In every detail.
Telephone Doug, gat for further de
icrlptiun. Bankers Realty Investment Co.,
Ornund Floor Bea Bldg
Telephone Doug. 2!c'i.
NEW. 7-room houae lor sule by owner.
2L WcLsttr ti.
ItKAL KSTATK ACREAGK
Saturday and Sunday
Benson Gardens--"Little Farms"
$10 Cash, $10 a Month
Sale commences (odsy of this new Irsct the Tost Farm platted u
Benson Gardens "Little Farms" acres and half acres.
6 Blocks To Car Line
School and stores; finest acre
in this first plat. On paved road. A
at once. Don't wait, hut come and make your choice at once. Nothing
offered in acres can beat these.
Fine For a Country Home
Close to the city. An ideal place to raise poultry and garden truck
and at the same time be close to the city. Salesmen at end of Benson car
all day rain or shine to show you these tracts.
Prices: Half acres, $475 and up; acres. $775 and up.
HASTIXOS & HEY PEN
i14 Harney St.
KKAL KSTATK NO K Til SIDK
T 1 r Vi
i. u' y, x . . - J . ft
... . ' a. - i ,a
i t,0 ..kill .rvti.Hil ja .tl.Mi' .i,
Bungalow CAN BE HUIUHT
ON EASY MONTHLY PAY
MENTS. This house, located In one of Omaha's
now Beautifully Developed Building Addi
tions where building restrictions Insure
pood homes In surrounding neighborhood
The house Is substantially built, has all
modern conveniences and is very con
veniently arranged; Is 14 blocks from car
Telephone Doug. 202S for further de
rcrlpt'on. Bankers Realty Investment Co.,
Ground Floor Bee Bldg.
Telephone Doug. 292
Two blocka from Hanacom Park, three
blocks from Field club; located at MW
Walnut St.', In our choice Fleldcrest ad
dition. This home ia one of the most
beautiful we have built this year, and if
you are In the market for a 7-room, up-to-dato
home, with four nice bedrooms
and bnth on second floor, and large attic,
be sure and inspect this one. Trice, 1.260,
au'oJct to paving. Terms.
Norris & Norris
401 Pee Bldg. Fhone Doug. 4270.
Thla House Is For Sale on
F.asv Monthly Payments.
Five Uooms and Screened-in
THIS HOCSE Jl'S-T FINISHED.
This all modern house Is blocka from
car line has 3 room downstairs, with
screened-in sleeping porch and two rooms
upstairs, with bath.
Telephone Douglas 2026 for further de
scription. Bankers Realty Investment Co.,
Oround Floor Bee Bldg.
Telephone Doug. 2928.
Three Best Lots
In Clearmont Add.
To trade in on good home, close In. as
first payment. Must be six or seven
rooms, modern, new or nearly new. Three
lots will be considered at a rash figure.
Put cash price on what you have to
t. Omaha Nat Bank Bldg.
I WANT to sell my $2,500 equity In my
fine 8-room house. 70s north 30th St. i
It is better than moat new houses and I I
will sell It cheap; I wish you could see It. !
Kdna L. Oihbs. 636 So. 20th. T. 15ti2.-o :
REAL ESTATE tiOt'TH SIDE
MODERN house, almost new, hardwood
finish; corner lot; $3 f). Owner, S18 8.
25th. Phone Tyler 21iyj
Six-room, modem, 2-slory house, hand
somely finished and decorated and In tip
top condition. Oak finish downstairs;
garage; east front lota; one-half block
from Wool worth Ava.; paving paid.
Tyler 1636. 208-10-12-14 State Bank Bldg.
For quick cash sale Income property,
Hanscom Park district; 12 per cent. Call
owner, Harney M17.
"EAL ESTATE SIBLRBAN
On 4Mh St.. flrat lot south of 61$ N.
41-th St., ran be yours for K per month.
Price Is $100. This lot Is several fett be
low the street grade, but at tl.la price It
is a bargain. Be sure to see today.
Creigh, Sons & Co.
I none Wuglsi 2u0.
608 Bee Bldg.
KKAL K.STATF, ACKF.ACiK
tracts around Omaha. Only 80 acres
number of these pieces will be taken
NINE ACRES AND
-room house, full basement, barn,
chicken house, very fine shape, Immedi
ate possession, three blocka to car. Rent
J5 per month
P.1RKETT & COMPANY.
421 Bee Bldg. Phone Douglas K3.T
REAL tiSTAXfc. SCllURBAN
Trade for Benson
Thin will sell for cash, but owners will
take Omaha cottage as part pay. If you
have some money.
Built for a Home
Nine-room, very modern square, nearly
new. east front. thr; no-foot lots, garage:
lam; only 2 blocks to car and school;
ft, "On Is cash pr.ee, wbl carry back f,t,G'l,
bend or bring numbers of your property.
U'Keol'e Koal Estate Co.
101S Omaha National. Phone Douglas 2716.
Evenings or Sundays. H. ft',14 or II XL.
a month, buys 15H S. 13th St., South
Omnha, Just a little south of 13th and
Missouri Ave,, 4 rooms, with stairway to
floored attic, electric lights, nice cellar,
east front lot. Interior decorated. Price,
11, 6(0. Can rent adjoining pasture for cow.
C. (J. CAIJLBEKG,
310-S1? Brandela Theater Rldg.
HKAL KSTATE WEST SIDE
Choice New 8-Room
Near Sfith and Burt Sts. Thla house
was hulit by day work for a home and
has the best of material and workman
ship, combined with the most modern
plans and conveniences. Has asphaltlc
shingle roof, practically everlasting. Sid
ing or sningies and stucco. Great big
front porch. Itrge living room with
fireplace and built-in bookcases. Extra
big dining room, with costly built-in
sideboard. Four hedrooma and enclosed
sleeping porch. South front lot, with
beautiful shade trees. Paving paid. Price
$5,750. Much less than value of house or
Tyler 1536. a-w-12-l4 State Hank Bldg.
Do You Want
a Garden Tract
One that will soon he
n part of DUNDEE.
Ask any Man
what he thinks of buying property near
to select from between Happy Hollow
and Country Club, Just west of Dundee.
Price, $75 to $295.
$1.00 Per Week.
If you can't go In the day time we Iwil
take you early In the iiiurnlng before
working hours, or in the evening.
H. H. Harper
l'ilC-14 City National Bank Bldg.
Phone Douglas ioisi.
., ,1, " "
KKAh KSTATK MISCELLANEOUS
Built to Live In
New Bungalow '
Five rooms and bath, well planned,
well built, well located. Hardwood fin
ish; best of plumbing fixtures; completely
decorated; shades, screens; everything
complete: fine cellar; splendid furnace;
good attic; south front lot; paved street;
two blocks from csr; genuine bargain
can be bought for as little as $500 down.
Tyler 153H 20.S-10-I2-U State R.nW hm.
u. . LANDKUYcilj, real ast.t. In.ur
ance; moved to 201 Neville r. ii r
1 OR SALE-Nearly new mori. 1 -T.
houee. large KSabT Tlrr1
A. Falling York Neh Terms. A.
; .' ' . "
IAHK. FUR SALK.
1 Z"",",- houte; " nlern; large corner
lot ; ; psy.d ,trfp,, paving paid; larne
barn and .jilcken house; bo ft. bricked
V il . ;"'! three blocks from I wo I
.1 , . , .j A me cny. t or com-1
LhllOH LK KNSK AI'l-LU A TlO V
NGTirg -MATTER OK ACPLIl'ATION OK
Jarr.M Cunninslum for liquor Lieu... Notice
L hervbjr sleu lli.l J.ror. l unnlntii.m .'Id up.,.
in. ;itn ar l ausum. a. u. ltn, m. ,, ,t
puc.iira wii. in. uninij 1 oinml aiotur. .t
uousis. founif ir imnw to Mil mall
Sua .n4 vlnuus liquor. .1 4401 14 atr.at
pracinri. uousK. rounlr. N.br.alu Iran) ib.
lalK dur of MfllsUr, 1HI. lo lb. tk d.f H
Slemb.r, Jlli. If Ih.r. bs n ..)IIod. r
nujnMt raooa or pcol..l lii.4 viisis ta .Mfei
from lU Mlk lr .( Iiiw, A r l'll. iKa aai4
i:nnM will (.auu4. JAMJUI cUnmnq.
HAM. ApplU.su AUikaai
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Talk of Peace in European Conflict
Weakens Price of Grain.
MARKET IS QUITE ERRATIC
Cash Market on Torn la Nertone
ad Takes Slump Consider
a hi. Option Heine Sold
en Short troant,
OMAHA. Sept II. 1914
There was considerable n the nea and
rliviiiiiMances surrounding the wheat
market that was against prices Thero
were muttering of pence abroad, there
were heavy receipts at primary and other
points and there was a lack of cash re
mand until a hit hour. These were the
lending weakening factors rarlv. There
wore only fco.mw bu. of wheat taken lor
export and 9on bu on milling account.
In addition to this there were good Bales
of wheat for exinirt to so out via gulf
ports, the amount being varlousiv re
ported at ).fM to MUHO and 500,0m) bu.
at Atlantic ports, all reported late In the
The wheat matket vestcrday wan an
erratic one. It was nervous with a sharp
price gain right after the opening, but
the volume of buelness was still smsll
1 and It waa confined largely to speculators
I during almost the entire day.
orn oiepisyen consineranie wcsen-w
yesterday. Cash transactions were more
liberal at 295.000 bushels and the cash
market was 2,i3c lower. Considerable corn
was sold on short account, as well as by
scattered long Interests. The Illinois
Oraln Dealers' association reports the crop
of this state at S15.000.0ii0 bushels, agalnat
2SK.00OO0O bushels as reported by the gov
ernment. A supplementary government
crop report makes the corn crop J,tWiO,i0
bushels and oats 1.130. 000,000 bushels.
Oeneral liquidation was seen In oala yes
terday. Cash values In all markets ware
quoted at 'tCh'me lower. On the decline
there was some buying on seaboard ac
count, and cash sales amounted to .W.OUO
bushels and vessel room wss chartered for
4ontltfl bushels at To to Buffalo.
Longs In October and January lard sold
freely, and as there was no buying power,
prices weakened sharply, on the lower
prices reached there was fairly good buy
ing and a partial recovery was soon made,
fash trade in meats slow, but fair In
Wheat waa 1c to 2c lower.
Corn waa unchanged to 'o lower.
Oats were 'c to lo lower.
Clenranoes were: Wheat and flour
equal to 446.000 bushels; corn. 4.000 bush
els; oats. -IC7.0M) bushels.
Llverool closed: Wheat, Id lower;
corn. 5d lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 2.004,000
bushels and shlDments 7M.0H0 bushels,
acalnst receipts of 1.817.onO bushels and
shipments of 821,000 bushels last year.
Trlmarv corn receipts were 407.IXIO bush
els nnd shipments Ml, Am bushels, against
receipts of 13.000 bushels and shipments
of 477.0110 bushels last yenr.
Primary oats receipts were l.S37.ono
bushels and shipments SOrt.onO bushels,
against receipts of 1.074.000 bushels and
shipments of 7.12.000 bushels last year.
These sales were reported today: Wheat
No. 2 hard winter: 1 car, II. 0.. 1 car,
110s; S cars, $1.nfij; C cars, XI .IKS ; 2 csrs,
$1.04Vi. No. 3 hard winter: 1 cor. $I.0S;
1 car (dark), $1.07; 1 car, 1.H'4; 2 cars,
$106; 1 car, $1 04V 1 car, $1.04; 2 cars,
$1.03. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car (dark I,
$1.05; 1 car, $1.00. No. 3 mixed: 1 car,
tl Ollz. Klrt J mrlnf 1 our ti OO f
! durum: 2 cars, $l.ol'4. Rejected: 1 car,
use. Rye No. 3: 1 car, siVc; 2 cars. fwe.
Oats No. 2 white: J cars, 4tic. Standard:
4 cars, 4;.c. No. S white: 20 cars, 45'-c.
No. 4 while: 4 cars, 46c. No. 3 mixed: 1
car, 45c. No grade: 1 car, 44c. Corn
No. 2 white; 1 car, 74l,c. No. 3 white: 1
car, 7.1c. No. 1 ellow: 3 cars. 73'4c. No.
5 yellow: 1 car, 73Hc; 1 car. 72Vic. No. 3
yellow: 1 car, 73"c; 1 car, 73c. No. i yel
low: 1 car, 'i2Vo. No. 1 mixed: 1 car. 73c,
No. 3 mixed: 1 car (near white), 74c; 4
cars, 72o; 1 car, 72V4c.
Omaha Cash r Pices Wheat: No. $ hard.
$1.04Wl.i9; No. 3 hard, $1.W1.0X: No. 4
hard. 09cfi$l.0H; No. 2 spring, $1.051 10;
No. 3 spring, $1.04'81.0: No. 4 spring, Wcijj'
$1.07; No. 2 durum, $1.00((H.01Vi; No. 3
durum. 99M.cft$ l.fluS. Corn: No. I white.
74l5'S7.'.,4C; No. 2 while. 74V'S7.Sc: No. 3
white. 74' ifi7."": No. 4 white, 74f74He; No.
S white. 73ift74c; No. S white. 7SHr74e:
No. 1 vellow, 73ri7Hic: No. 2 yellow, 72Vrif
"3'ic; No. :l vellow, 72,i'ii731,e: No. 4 yel
low. 72ii73c; No. 5 yellow, Til2r; No. 9
vellow. 717?,c: No. 1 mixed. 727.1c;
No 2 mixed. 7l!Vg73e; No. $ mixed, 72Hfj
72.c; No. 4 mixed, 7!fl72Hi: No. 5 mixed,
714'fi72'ic; N(i. i mixed, 7UW72c. Oats:
N'o. 2 white, 4r,,ift4fc: standard. 45Vt1i4ftc;
No. 3 white. 4V-4(fi4SlV-: Nr- 4 white. 44,1
45c. Barley: Malting. 70-ff7fe; No. 1 feed.
twa7c. Rve: No. 2, S7Vhc ; No. 3, X'i'ff
CHICAGO CillAl A.M1 PROVISIONS
Keatarea of the Trading; and (losing
Prices nn Board of Trade.
CHICAOO, Sept. 11. Wheat prices todav
r.ilcfl to maintain a rallv which started
after the market had fallen to a level j
12.: a bushel under tlie high point of Sat
nrday last. The close was nervous at the
same as last nlkht to c. down. Corn fin
ished a shade to ',c off. oats with a gain
of 4c to l,V and provisions varying
from 40c decline to an advance of $1.10.
Heatlsh advices from Liverpool had con-
iri em hie lo do with forcing weak holders
of wheat here to drop out. Supplies were
ssld lo have become so abundant at the
British port that storage room was about
exhausted. It was also asserted that
Fiench "emand waa at an end for the
present. A quick recovery ensued, due In
part to the fact that country offerings
had fallen off sharply during the recent
drop In prleea.
nn ihe rebound wheat buyers backed
1 away and offerings Increased. In the end,
all gains nan neen wipeu om. enu kji im
deferred deliveries rfve besides.
Corn, like wheat, felt the effect of a
smaah In prices at Liverpool. Vet. cold
weather In the domestic belt, though,
proved nearly an offset early and after
wheat had a temporary renewal of
trength. Oats Banged with other grain at
the start, but subsequently bulged on ac
count of seaboard dispatches telling of
foreign governments buying 1,000O'm bush
els or more In the last two davs.
Provisions were unsettled, advancing
early as a result of covering by shorts,
and then averaging lower because of a
. i , ... ne li.nil.luiintf sales thHt cut
o tmnortsr.t a figure during much of
yesterday. One of the chief factors was
a lack of southern demand for meats.
Grain prices furnished bv Logan
Brvan. office 315 South Sixteenth strete:
Article! Open. High. I Low. I Close. Yes'y.
Wheat I I
Pept.1 1 10 I
Dec. .11 H'rt'.il
Corn I I
1 11 I
7.; I 76 V
4 I 474'
62 'H 4
19 00 I 19 00 '
30 70 J 20 80
Jan.. 21 4"-30
13 00 '
10 20-10 10 22V 10 00
11 no 12 00 1 12 00
11 50 I 11 HO 11 50
U 12-10! 11 1241 10
Chicago Cash Pi ices Wheat : No. 2 red.
!$U2'tl.l4: No. I hard. tl.UVal.14. Corn:
i No' yellow, 7747V-; No. 3 yellow. 77'U'
784c. Oata: No. 3 white. 47r4e: stand-
ard, 4T'V"4l'- K.e: No. 2, 924?3c. Bar-
hey: (kVJjIrc. Timothy, $4 6004.00. Clover,
' nominal. Fork. $19.lA Lard, $.. Rihs,
; til T.Vii 12 2V
HI TTKH-l nchanged.
KOUS-Receipts. 6,7 cases
IiOTiTIll'!. Hocellil. 9a car.- mrbl I
l.lvrrimnl 4irali Market.
LIVKRPOOL. Sept. 11. Wl I KAT Spot,
steady: Nn. 1 Manitoba. 9s Ind; No. 2,
Us kd. No. 3. lis fed. futures easy; October.
& h4d; December, lis M
CORN Spot, nominal; future, weak;
' orW lirseral Market,
NEW TORK, Bpt. H.-Bl TTtR un
chsrged. KOUS Irregular; receipts, Jl.ono cas.
state, Pennsylvania and nearby henneries,
hronns. gsthrre, browns anu mixed
I II KKSK- I t changed
I'D! I.TKY-Flrm. western hb-kens.
froxen, 15(j.K'; fowls, l.'t-l!c; turkeys.
II il'LTUY Live. firm, western chick
ens, broilers, H','ii ir'4v ; fowls, lTi Hlic ;
UMAIIA tlRCSIk S14KKRT.
Bt'TTF.R -No. 1. 1-ln. cartons. Jlc; No.
1. 0-lb. tubs. SOr.
CHKF.!K-lmp;.rted Pwls 4v. Ameri
can Swiss. 2c; block Swiss, i'4c; twins,
l"'. daisies. isc; triplets, 1,c; Vouna
Americas. 2V; blue Inbel brick. I'V'; llin
burger, f-lb.. 30c; up . v; New York
white. 1SK-; imported French Ronutfort.
FISH Trout 17c; large rrapple. lftff
15c; salmon LlT15c; halibut, -c; channel
catfish. 15c; pike, 17c; pickerel. 10c.
POl l.TRY-Hrollers. lS'c: spilng chick
SUB. 14c; hens, 12lc; cocks. Sc: du. ks, l ie,
geese, So; turkevs, 12Wc; pigeons, per dot ,
90o; ducks, full feathered P. g.-se, full
feathered, $c; squabs, No. 1 $1.50; No. 3,
HF.F.F CI TS No. 1 ribs, tic; No I ribs,
lic: No. 3 rihs, 11c; No. 1 loins, nv; No.
I loins, 17V; No- 3 loins, 144c; No. 1
chucks, l!c; No. 2 chucks, 10lc, No. S
chucks, pie; No. 1 rounds. 15'c; No. t.
rounds, 14c; No. 3 rounds? 13c, No. 1
plates, So; No. 2 plates. Sc; No. 3 plates,
Market quotations furnished by (Jlllnskl
FR11T8-Oranges, extia fancy Valen
cies. W.s. 112s. L'tis. IVis. 17i!s, 2fl0. and
IM's. $3.;s per box; Red Ball Valencia-., all
a xes. $150 per box. lemons, fancy 300a,
SSOa. $on per box; 4s, $50 rer box. Ap
rils, Belief lowers. 4-tler. $lt per box;
llelleflowers. 4-tler, box lots. II 5j per
box; Belief lowers, 4-tier. 10 box lots. $1.50
per box; fancy Washington "Y" brand
Orlmes, per box. $1 75; California Seed
llnga, er box, $1.50. Uulnces. California,
$1.75 per box. Cantaloupes, Cali
fornia Htsndards, $-' .00 per i rate; Jumbos,
$1.75 per crate; ponys. $1.50 per crate; Colo
rulo Hnrwell cantalo.ipes, $1 o per crate.
Watermelons, lc por lb. Plums. Italian
prunes. $1,35 ier crste: 5-crate iots. $1 .to
rer crate: 10-crate lois or more. $1 2J per
crate; Hungarian or Oross prunes. $l.."0
per crate .'caches. California Salwsy
Peaches, c per box; 100-box lots. 0V' jer
box; Washington Klbertss, S.V per box;
inri-hox lots, S2Vc per box; MnV-hox lots,
Pic per box Peara. California Clargloua.
$2.00 ier box; 5-box lots, $1 i5 per box: 10
box lots or more, $1 90 per hox; Washing
ton, extra fancy. $2.00 per box; 10 box lots.
$1.90 per box: 25-box lots, $1 S5 per hox; ex
tra fancv Rogue river Bartletts. $. 2J per
box. Grapes. Malagas. Callfornls. $1 35
per hox; 5 crste lots. $1.30 per hox; 10
crate lots or more. $1.25 per box; Tokays,
tl.M) per box: 5-erate lots. $1.40 per box;
lY-crata lots or more, $1 35 per box; home
ftrown grapes, per basket. l!c; 100-haskrt
nts. 1c Bsnsnas, per bunch. $1 75fll 50.
VFtlKTARl.F.H Cauliflower. Denver,
12He per lb. Cabbaga. IV Pr lb. Onions.
2U c per lb. Peppers, ftnc per basket. Fancy
tomatoes, 50c per hasket Cucumbers,
hothouse, J dm. bssket. 75c New heeta
carrots, turnips, 25c per doi Celery,
Mlchlsan, 36c per doi.; Denver. Jumbo.
11 (0 per do. Head lettuce. SOcWII.SO per
dos ; leaf, 40c per dot. Onions, home
grown, 15c per dox. Radishes, &0c per dos.
Oarllc. Italian, VOc per lb. Horseradish.
$1."i per rase. Phelled popcorn, 4c per lb.
Asparagus, home grown, per dox., market
price about 30c per doa. New potatoes,
gic per bu. Virginia sweet potatoea, $3.;5
per bbl ; Alabama, $1 M per hamper.
Nl'TS - Salted peanuts, $150 per case;
No. 1 California walnuts. 184c per lb.;
pecans, U'4c per lh.; filberts, 15c per lb.;
almonds. Cflc er lh
M IRCKLLA NKOI 'R Sugar walnut dates
$1.2 1 per hox. Limes. H.75 per basket.
Crackerjack, $3.50 per case; per half case,
$1.i.i. Checkers, $3.50 per case; per half
case, $1 75.
( orn and Wheat Region ttnlletln.
Corn and wheat region bulletin of tha
('tilted States Department of Agriculture,
weather bureau, at Omaha, for the twenty-four
hours ending at I a. in, 75th
meridian, time. Frldav, September 11:
Station. Illgli. Low. fall.
Ashland 74 iW .00 Cloudy
Auburn K.1 hi .0l Cloudy
Broken Bow .. 41 .00 Cloudy
Columbus W 52 .Oil Cloudy
Culhertson W .00 Cloudy
Falrbury M l .00 Cloudy
Fairmont 72 67 .00 Cloudy
(irand Island... 72 5S .00 Cloudy
Hartlngton fix 4'" .mi Clear
11 aft Inns 73 5S .00 Cloudy
Holdrege 77 M .00 Cloudy
Lincoln 70 67 . Foggy.
North Platte.. 72 52 .00 Raining
Oakdale 6 4H .Oil Cloudy
Omaha 74 6", .00 Cloudy
Tekamah 1 61 .00 Cloudy
Valentine 7ti 54 .00 Cleur
Alta, la " 52 .02 Cloudy
Carroll, Ia x 61 .00 Cloudy
Clarlnda, Ia.... K4 .(O .Cloudy
Siblev, la OS 62 .nl I'loudy
Sioux City, la.. iW 62 .10 Cloudy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m.
High. Low. fall.
18 S 4 .20
23 7fl 64 .50
13 (W 62 .20
i'4 00 60 . 30
a 72 SO .70
24 04 64 .00
52 74 4 .20
34 M 04 .70
17 76 64 .00
Des Moines, la.
Kan. City, Mo.
The weather continue cool
thn corn and wheat region.
general In all except the Omaha district
u-linln the last twenty-four hours. Falls
of one inch or more occurred at the fol
lowing stationa. In Iowa Keokuk, l.M.
In Missouri Kansas city, 2.12; lehanon,
8 00; Rolla and Lexington. 1 21. and
Springfield. J.10. In Kentucky Richmond,
l."0, and F.ubank, 1.10.
' L. A. W F.IjHI I,
Local Forecaster Weather Bureau.
Kansas City Oraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. ll.-BCTTER-Creamery.
29c', rirsts, 2iiVtc; seconds, 24c;
KOtiS Firsts 22c; seconds. ISO.
IHU'LTRY Hn. 13c; broilers, 10c.
WHEAT-No. 2 hard. 11.0311 1.074; No. i
red tl.0Sfl.07; Septeniber. $1,034; Decem
ber. $l.o7Vil.07S; May. $1 15,.
CORN No. I mixed, 751i'7B4c; No. 1
white, 7"c; September, 74Vsc; December,
HHc; May, 73V-
OATS-No. 2 white, 40ti4!V; No. 2
Minneapolis .rala Market.
MINNKAPOLIS, Sept. ll.-WHKAT-September,
ll.ll: December. $1,144; No.
1 bard, $1.1&4; No. 2 northern, $1.10,ij)
WHKAT Little lower.
F L 1 1 H I'nchangcd.
CORN No. 3 vellow. 73l"4c.
OATS No. 3 white, 4."il'9 4fic.
St. I.onls drain Market.
ST I .ol'IS, Sept. 11 WHKAT-No. 2
red. $112fflH; No. 2 hard, $1.114M13;
September. $1.11; Deremhcr. $1,134.
CORN No. 2, H 111040; No- 2 white,
814c; September. 77c; December, 72'.
OATS-No. 2. 474c; No. 2 white. WK-.
lima ha Hay Market
OMAHA. Wept. 11-PRAIRMC H AY
F.xtra choice. $12.00; No. 1. $!lVnj
11 Jr No. 2. $l'.n0''ill.i; No. 3. $7 in.0ii.
Choice midland. $11.00; No. 1. $lo.o 11 1 1 00;
No 2, $S ('(TlO OO; No. 3. $i.0(iiS.JO. Choice
lowland. tlo.iK; No. 1, $K.0Oiai10.0; No.
2 $7 "tKiifl.00; No. 3. $B.0o7.00.
STR A W 'holce wheat quotable at K0
64 60; choice oat or rye. $5.0ir'a,5 50.
A LFALFA 4 'holce, $13 50; No. I, $12 00ft
13 00; No. 2, $10.0Ui('12.00; No. 3, no demand,
$x J 110,00.
ew York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 11.-PR1MB MER
CANTILE I-APHR-T per cent.
ST KR LI NO F.XCHANOF.-For cables,
$4 1: for demand. $4.H5(4.99.
SILVKR Bar. 55Sc
1lNIKiN, .-erit. II. SIL KR- Bar,
25 3-1id per ounce.
MONF.Y-F.asy. 224 per cent; discount
rates. 341'' I"'r cnt-
Kvaporaled Apple sad Dried Frails
NF.W YORK. Sept. 11.-EVAPOHATKD
DRIF.D FBI ITS-Prunes, firm. Apri
cots, steady. Peaches, quiet. Raisins, un
settled. Bank learlag.
OMAHA. Sept. 11. Bank clearings foi
Omaha fod.iy were $3.2.V..' 15 nnd fur
the corresponding day last ear, J.l'il,
!I49. Saarar Market.
NF.W YORK. Sept. 11 SIIJA It Raw
steady; molasses, t.ii.'c; centrifugal, 4.27c.
OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET!
Receipts Light and No Important
Change in Cattle Trade
HOGS TEN TO FIFTEEN LOWER
Light Raa of Both Sheep and Lambs
aad Demand tiood l.ambs Strong
to Tea to f'lfteea Cents 1 p
Sheep Shade lllahrr.
mU'TII OMAHA. Sept. 11,1911.
Csttle. Hog. Sheep.
Five days this week
Same days last week.
Same ("ays 2 wka ago.
Same davs 3 wks ago. . K.uTo
Same tiny 4 w ks ago. .11.21
Same days Inst year. . .25.311
The following table shows the receipts of
rattle, hogs and sheep at the South Omaha
live stock market for the year to date, as
compared with last year:
1"14. 1913 Inc. Dec
fait I V..1.M0 503:t.t 44.397
Hogs 1.7S',i,,V.2 1,9:W.43 19iM91
Sheep 1.523,500 l,tW4.l51 150,349
tTh following table shows the prices for
ogs at tha South Omaha live aiocg mar
at fur tha last fw days with compari
1914 '1913 111? 'IH1.-19I0 JIW M9W.
S0 $ 09!
I 541 3
I 5 T $;
$ S41 7 '.2! 32
$ 701 T Tl 1 34
I S7 7 H S3
tU 7 -; 41
S '4 ',
ill 1 7 i
7 95 8 83 7 15 S 911
7 90 $ 7 ll 9 oil 7 73!
291 I 02 i 8 94 l 7 77
7 07 8 7 7 82 45
7 7 8 32
7 1x1 8 27
7 S4I 3 24
7 12i 8 S5i 7 yni 41
I 8 93' 7 871 51
7 17 I 7 85 67
7 0 9 02i I A HI
92 9 I7i 7 87 1
4 I S 72S'
7 731 8 23
7 SO 8 1
. 8 35
H Of. 7 93 fil
8 91 1 7 92 1 S M
9 0!i 7 89 j S 09
9 13! 7 84, 6 58
7 SSl 8 rt
9 I g 3 0J S 39) 971
ll' h;t IK 1 S 35
Hi 3 7 7S 1 ssi 7 01
Receipts snd disposition of live slock
St the Union Stock yards, South Omaha,
for twenty-four hour ending at $ o'clock
p. m. yesterday:
Cattle Hogs Sheep
O . M. St l It v
Missouri Psclflc Hy
l'nlon Faelflc Rv
C. A N..W.. east
C. N.-W . west
4.. St. p., M. ti. ny
' . H. & Q , west
O.. It. I. P.. east
r.. II. 1 p., west
Illinois Central Uy
Chicago tit. Western lly.
Cattle. Hogs Bheep
Morris A Co
4'udahy Packing Co..
Armour A Co
O. H. Bt-runi Co
W. H. Vansant Co....
Henton. V. fl I.ush
F. n. lwls
Kosen stock tiros
Still, van Bros
044 9 fill! in 14.
. l t '-".-neceipt were light a usual
on rrltlay. only 2S cars being reported.
There were hardly enough beef stems
here to make any showing whatever. The
reeling however, was fully Meady with
There wss onlv a small sprinkling of
cowa and helfera and they were picked
tip early In the morning at good steady
pi P es In fact, conalderlng that It waa
a frldny. the market waa really In better
condition than la usual for that day.
'I he fresh receipt of feeders were lim
ited to a few small hunches. Aa usual this
late In the week the demand waa not so
brisk and tl.ev may possibly nave aold
a little lower lor that reaaon. There were
etlll quite a numliei of cattle In the
hands of sneculatnr.
Quotation on cattle: Good to cholC'i
cornfed Deevea, pi.Mngi 10.25; fair to good
cornfed beeves, $s 75c(9.50; common to fair
cornfed beeves, $7.75qj87b; good to choice
range lenr. $7.40(88 b0; fair to good range
steer. $1.75if7.40; common to fair range
steers, $S 0045.7B; good to choice grass
cows. $4.2567.7$; fair to good grade, $3.50
i25; common to fair grades, $3.7!5.50;
liood to choice Btocaers and feeder, $7.50
dH.Oii; fair to good atockera and feeder,
$D.75itj7.iA; common to fair Blockers and
feeders, $V,.GWi6.76; stock cowa and heifer.
I;..2.rci6.7:. atock calve, IfiOoys.OO, veai
calves, llO'miO&O; bulla, stags, etc., $J.2(
No. A. Tr. No. . TV.
I 0 4 os HI IS
1 440 I 00
tiTKf.RS AND HEIFERS.
I 00 II...
174 I 09
mo 4 40 1 1140
mo 4 46 1 KI
MO I 21 I
M0 IH I
inio I 14 i
.'. 120 I 35 I
T66 I 10
1140 I M 1 14(0 I II
It4i) I IB 1 730 T 00
1410 I 15
511 I 1 1M 10 21
STOCK ICRS AND FEEDERS
1 M0 Tl 10 1M1
1 514 Ti 1 170
4 Ml I 71 4 34T
!T 907 7 II M 1TI 41
Oeorge Roes, Montana.
2 calve 440 7 75 1 ateer 19.V)
3 fleers 1340 7 40 1 ateer bftO
I steers 974 7 00 1 stocker... bv)
1 stocker... H70 I On I calf 630
4 cows 970 5 86
Walter Frye, South Dakota.
2 ateer 11)0 7 00 1 steer 1030
2 cow lOKj 5 2a 1 cow.: 970
1 bull 1410 5 75 2 feeders... 4T5
1 feeder.... 4,0 6 60 1 buil 8iU
1 feeder.... 8;-0 S 75 1 hull 1190
1 cow 1140 $ 50 4 feeder.. .I0W
7 feeder... KMO 6 90 2 feeder... 956
5t.2 ti Ml 3 heifer..
. . 4M 60
925 6 50 1 calf l-Vl 10 00,
. 400 7 00 feeders... 7IS 76
, 015 0 3 rows 940 4 60
. 12) $ 76 2 cows 91.. c0'
.1110 00 1 cow 1170 6 76.
. V,0 6 2.) 6 steer.... 916 7
. 840 7 75
John McNllt. Nebraska.
18 feeders . 75 90
Mary Vogel, Nebraska.
15 feeders.. 1019 7 15
Hons Another very light run showed
up today, only about forty cars, or 2.5UO j
head, being received. The told for the
Ilia days is only 15,625. being more than'
13.m smaller than last week, and U.frJO j
lighter than last year. I
Chicago reported weakened price this !
morning, and In spite of the fact that re- '
celpls were so llglit the local trade opened '
very slow and sharply lower, but even at :
these flume their purchases were very
light, and almost all of the htj'ut receipts, 1
including a few loads held over from I
yesterday, were left at the disposal of
1 the packers.
First killer bio were anyway a nun
lower, and aa their order were very
light. Ihe eflort of the seller to
strengthen prices up failed. When first i
sales were made they showed sll of a
10c decline. After a tew hogs had been i
aold, value started to weaken and while
tha trade showed flashes of firmness,
price slipped off gradually until on the
close they were quoted aa 15c lower. Aa
ha lecn mentioned several times before,
buyirs are picking out the good hogs
arly, leaving the rough bea ilea, and very
common mixed grades until the close,
when. If there Is any weakness, they get
thn full benefit of It. This was the case
IMa oiornlnOT .nit mm Ihe hoar, held from
Thursday were mostly on this order, th
.P2 2.7!7 31.017
4.341 4 L'0 33 M5
3.HI14 4.i2 11,719
H 2.5HO 9,li
S2.75S 15.5?5 111.04
25 !9 2S.7I
I 041 7
I 101 T 15
I lo, 7 Obi
, 7 91 7 10!
1 7 87 8 25 7 111
i 7 91 3 31 I
I 7 2' 8 31
number of hogs left for the close wss. If
anything, larger than usual.
Tiiei general market was very slow, snd
ran be uuotcd as l"tir lower. The long
strings sold at s 4: '1 iW', with a sprink
ling (iroimd ti ami a few of the rough
hesvlrs on the close landed around $S40.
Mi 1 Ik of all the sales can he quoted aa
$ ni. f with tops as hli.h as $v. 1'p
until yeslerdav prices hail shown very
little change as compared with the closa
of Isst week, but todays break puts
prices IWi.M- below Isst Saturday.
Nn At Pr Nt. A. SU. Pr.
' : ... a:i ... is
1 1. r, muki hit m 1 id
w n? m III an 841 . 1 40
1 m t "i t m '-t, in i: ii
t. s; so i" 41 :n ... s 4i
j M . 9 M 4S Wl 4 4 4
: ( n m 1.(1 I Ml 2b 3 J4S I 4S
fj Si 3 ... IM M Hi 1W I II
U7 . .. !' ... 5S 47 ! ') I 14
' 44 V4 Ml 13 Ill t H
I .14 ... . 2.-S 1W M U M5 4" M
(41 :.u !4 III 47 !KJ un I ti
j 4 i :n Ml 13! I (.5
M US 111 I 1VI 174 140 t M
J S t5 ... I 41 J. J ... Ill
I SMI . . t hi 4 4D t II
I 41 US HI DO 7 "7 IW I K
. Mi J7I tail I SO " lot . I s
N SKI ... IS 4t I 7
44 .... t"3 . I Ml 71 IM 4S 9 71
j HI 241 1V I 10 43 224 ... I S3
I It JAPi ... 11 ? JI4 .,. I
ill IM ... I 40
SHF.Kl-tp went lamba again this
morning, making a top at tha even
money js.rio, nnd the hulk of the offer
ings going to the packers anywhere from
$7.10 to I, 9. Prices were generally b9
l.V higher than on Thursday and nevtps.c
better than the close of last week, th
medium grsdes showing the most ad
vance, which Is often the case when re
reipta show a shortsge for the week and
the demand rnntlnues good. The lamb
at fin were the same aa other yester
day at $7.x5 and thev sold with a lighter
sort, the packers taking the seconds at
$7 26 and the price for the top being the
highest since August 21. when $8.20 waa
the high figure. ( n the whole the trad
was active thla morning, a moat every
thing In the line of killers wss sold by
10.30 o'clock, this being the hour when
little. If anything, had been done on
It ws a good trsde all around, consid
ering the good Friday' run here, the re
ceipts footing up some (l.4) head, against
9.193 a week ago and 5iV7 on the corres
ponding dav a year ago. The receipts
were mostly Ismbs. lesvlng a small pro
portion of mutton offerings available,
there being In fact not enough ewe and
wether on hand to speak of. What sheep
sold were a shade higher, or a n'larter
higher than tha close of Isst week. The
bullish feeling In the general market was
attributed to the shortage In the aggre
gate in the receipt at all western niar
keta and to a reported Increased coni
sinning demand for lamb and mutton In
the east, buyers being keen competitors.
Feeder buyer had not many offerings
to work on, and aa the demand was verv
fair for a Friday, price generally were)
a shsd hetter and 26c higher than th
bulk of the sales at last week's close. Few
aged feeders were available.
emulation on rsnge sheen and lambs:
t.amha, good to choice. $7.3W.0O; lamhs,
fair to good, $7.10fr7.85: lamb. feeder
$ 5f(7.IO; yearlings, good to choice. $titvgi
25: yearlings, fslr to good. $5..Wrt.P0;
yearling, feeders, $5 4tHfffi.80; wethers,
good to choice. $5.8;h5.60; wethers, fslr
to good, $5.1036.35; wethers, feeders. $4.30
4 85; ewes, good to rholce, t4.80TJ5.10; ewes,
fair to good. tt.WVlK&O; ewes, feeder.
210 Muho lambs
197 Idaho feeder lamba
120 Idaho feeder lamba
150 Muho feeder lamb
227 Idaho feeder lamha ....
193 Idaho feeder lamb
4 Wyoming feeder lambs..
82 Wyoming ewes
Pi Wyoming ewe
147 Wyoming ewe
298 Wyoming lambs
CHICAGO l,K STOCK MARKET
tattle Firm Hog Five to fifteen
t enia Lower.
CHICAOO. Sept. 11. CATTLE Re
celnts, 1,600 head: market firm; beevea, $.90
111.(0. ateera, $0.8719.35; stocker and feed,
ers, $".4u'(i8.26; cows and he I fore, $3.76
9.35; calves, $8.001 12.00.
HOUS Receipts. 9.000 head; market So
lo 15c lower; bulk of sales. $S.604a.10;
light. $l.W4l9.50; mixed, $8.4030.60; heavy.
$8 2,-,i(i9.25; rough, W.26fjt.; pigs. $4-76
SHEEP AND LAMnS-Rerelpt. 13000
heati: market 10c hlhr. strong: sheep,
$fi 25WU0; yearlings, $5.90j6.65; lamb. $8 76
Kan. as 4 lly I, Ire Stork Market.
KANSAS CITV. Sept. 11. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 1.700 head: market tedy; prime
fed steer. $.7Cnti 10.76; dressed beef ateer,
$8.00419 00; western steers. $8.76(10.25; Block
ers and feeders. $8.oont.23; bull. $5,600
6.50; calves, $tl. 5010.60.
H(M1S Receipt. 1,800 head; market
lower; bulk of sales. $S.06fS 96; heavy, $8,75
1H'; packera and butchers. $8.75S.9&;
light. $Xfi0iM: pigs. $7.25ns.0O.
HHICEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, 7,000
head; market higher; lamba. $7.40f7.90;
yearlings. $5.757.60; wethers, $5.K0j.85;
SI. I.onls Lire Slock Market.
ST. LOMIS. Sept. ll.-CATTLE-n-ceipt.
2,100 head; market steady; native
beef ateer. $7.6rtrn 10.60; cow and heifer.
$6.00ij.60; atockera and feeder, 15.00'
9.60; southern steers. Irt.OnJjl.OO; cowa and
heifer. $4.0ixi(4l.50; native calves, $603
HOOS Receipt. 7 000 hed; market
steady: plga and llghta, $7.0ni9 30; mixed
and butchers, $9.00(i)9.SO; good heavy. $9.20
SHEEP AND LA M B8 Receipts, 7.100
head: market .leuHv- n.tiv miiitnn.
$4.Wu'S.O0; lamb. $7.0u8.1O.
Slon f'ltr I.lve, Stock Market.
SIOI'X CITV K.nt 11 -PITTII,' o.
celpls, 2,000 head: market steady; butch
era. $5.35t)7.6: canners. 41 OnfrR 2.- siock.p.
and feeders, $4.lyp 26; calves. ta.Taftii.ou;
hull. mtamm ml . tfi 1X9. 1
lions Receipts, !oim head; market
... i.--,, n-n r, f4.i.rT!n.!K; mixeo
light, $8.404.18 .45; bulk of alea,' $3.43
head; no price.
BRADST BEET'S TltAUIC REVIEW
Pare of Operation Slow Is
NEW YORK. Sept. ll.-Bradtreefs to
morrow will say:
Hopes of better trade loom I. rear lion
no actual transactions, and except at a
few western centers, the trend I tem
pered by conservatism, with dullness pre
vailing In the south. Fall festival at
numerous point have made for somewhat
heavier buying, but the improvement thu
reflected is only relative and in indus
trial line the pace of operation I slow.
As yet American merchant are grop
9ng for foreign markets, and while pro
grens may bo made In thst direction th
sltuntlon I still one of promise rather
It I conceded that fundamental condl
tlona are sound, crops being of excellent
volume, and that ultimately crop money
will make Itselt felt, but on the other
hand high rates for moiwy check enter
prise while high prices or, as In the case
of cotton, too low prices, hamper buying
and tend to further cement buyer to the
policy of awaiting developments before
Business failures for the week were 274.
compared with 2uS last year; in Cansda
fifty-four, compared with 2f8 last yearni
fiftv-four. compared with twenty-seven
last year. Wheat exports, 7.04VM) bush
els, compared with 4,473,000 last year.
NEW TORK. Sept. ll.-COFFEE-No
change wss reported in the spot coffee
market her today. There wera clear
ance of 99,000 bags fmm Braxil yester
day and th- amount of coffee afloat I
now 420,010 baga, against 345.000 at this
time last year, while Rio 7s are said to
be offering In the cost and freight msr
ket as low as 5"447f,4.c. with well d
scrincd Santos 4s selling as low as ffc.
Some difficulty Is still reported In finan
cing fresh purchases, however, and sup
plies In the local stock are still held well
above a parity with Hrasllian offers Rio
7s being quoted at 7c and Santos 4a at
1l;c todt v. The Rraslllan cables re
ported a decline of 25 lets at flio yester
day with 7s limited at 3 $X27. hut the San
tos curb market waa unchanged. Re
ceipt, at the two Rraslllan porta wr
SK.HiO hava and .lundiahv receipts were
ISiO bags. Today's recelpta at 8ao
Paulo were 21,000 bags
ST. I .Of IS. Sent. 11 -MFTAI.S1.-ad,
nom'nal, $3724. Spelter dull and lower.